Tastings and Teas
Something magical embroiders each program at our farm.
Capture the joy of the earth this season. Join us for our
exquisite, gourmet Tastings and Teas.
Reservations are required for all of our programs and may be
made by calling our market at 585-638-8838.
Reservations for our programs are pre-paid and non-refundable.
Mother’s Day Tea: Served at tables with starched linen tablecloths,
spring flowers, and antique china, our Mother’s Day Tea is an exquisite
tradition. Tea sandwiches and spring soup, warm scones and cream, cakes
and dainty pastries served in our barn amid our cherry orchards.
Father's Day Farm Brunch
‘What is so rare as a day in June!’ This day will focus on great food,
flowers and family fun for all ages. Our bountiful brunch will feature
fresh picked strawberries and asparagus, thick slices of home made
French toast with maple syrup and fruit sauces, baked ham, pies,
strawberry shortcake and vegetarian offerings. Come create daisy crowns
and chains, and look for bluebirds on our garden path and pick your own
Midsummer Night's Tasting
As the summer sun dips down to the horizon, and strains of lyric music
float softly on a breeze, we will host our Midsummer Night’s Tasting.
Lanterns will twinkle from the cherry trees, candles will dance on the
tables, flowers will nod in both garden and vase. Our foods, so
carefully and lovingly prepared, will be presented on festive board.
Settle into our summer world for an evening - as the moon rises, the
harp plays and the butterflies rest.
As the lanterns and candles are lighted and the pot bellied stove in our
market glows with warmth our holiday tables are made festive with
bouquets and still life and are richly laden with our delicious foods.
Our cathedral-like barn, beams warmed with the patina of age, glows
with seasonal color. Filled with character and twinkle and feeling, our
Tastings are a moment to share the depth of what our farm means. Our
tastings have been featured in many articles over the years, most
notably in Victoria Magazine in November of 1994 and Better Homes and
Garden magazine in November 2004.
Elegant and old fashioned, our Christmas Tea is served in our darling
herb cottage. Our antique sideboards are festooned with boughs and
ribbons, and silver tea trays are filled with delicacies, both savory